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Crepes and wood fired oven baked goods at LaSalette

krys Stanley | Jan 28, 200511:16 PM

Picture of oven is at bottom.

You can get a variety of light breakfast items at LaSalette just off Sonoma’s town square

I brought home one of their tender rolls with linguiça baked in the center. The outside was brown and dusted with flour. It had faintly smoky taste from the oven. .

For breakfast I chose the thin crepe wrapped around scrambled bacon and eggs and topped with piri piri sauce. This sauce is made from an African pepper and can be very hot, but just a touch was used giving the sauce a faint salmon tinge.

You could also choose a fresh baked roll with piece of sharp St. George topo cheese and Marmelada. I think the marmelada is made from a quince jam which is poured in pans, left to dry and cut in pieces. Anyway, that is my understanding of what marmelada is. I did not try it though.

Today there were two tiny muffin sized moist cakes, one fig the other pistachio, in addition to small light, airy, eggy donuts rolled in sugar and cinnamon. There were jelly roll slices of a buttery tangerine dessert and huge slices of foamy light merange called Molotov were drizzled with vanilla bean syrup.

I very much enjoyed the crepe and the baked goods I took home.

Morning hours are 8:30 – 11:30 Wednesday thru Sunday.



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